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Athens Sunday Messenger (Newspaper) - January 21, 1923, Athens, Ohio Ii pages to Day let c 3 or term the weather Cloudy no colder sunday. Rain or Snow sunday night Ami monday. If vol. Xviii no. 47.athens, Ohio san Day january 21, 1�21. Single copy five cents Iron hand of France arouses Teuton masks of Morehouse Parish torn away Crimson threads traverse whole More trouble in China , .tan., 21.�? sunday fug through Tho Rill in charge do a German government act reparation from i Ranee for the a a res by Baris. Today demanded French military patrol in the re thing of a Erma ii civilian by a were demanded by Germany also it us bad irl Lav night. He Ria rat ions French soldiers. Several germans r ,11 germans wounded by the French occupied the City. The 1 re mounded at liner after the r my in a dan., 2 1.�?several thousand Tahr miners and Rhine land railroaders went on strike this afternoon in protest against numerous arrests by Trench soldiers said a dispatch Trout i seen tonight i railway raffle in the Rhineland is badly crippled and canal traffic has stopped. Ali re fat St i of Fondon jail. 20.�? \ general strike has been tailed for monday nil employees of the frus sinn state owned Coal mines seized by the French Iii the Rhineland said a Central news dispatch from Berlin this evening. Five thousand of the Herman miners quit work Friday after the French requisitioned the mines hut return i to Woik this morning. A decisive Battle May be fought soon near Canton to Etui the civil War in China Between Sun vat sen former in a i of the South it bin i Republic and Cheng Chiung Ming million ii Ltd. To. Sun vat a forces numbering 50, Are a entered around Shiuhung. I ural Cheng lies 25,000 troops in the Vicinity of an Ai Chow. The territory Over which rival forces Are encamped is shown by shaded lines. Meetings this week have been fruitless thus far. Operators Calls for reduction declares wage Cut Only Means to help consumer. A a a a a a a a Alt will Numi on i a oni Hill i of \ is \ u Pont mrs o. Jan. 20. A governor Don a in tonight announced that to has appointed his son Robert 2, As commission clerk in tile governor s office at a salary of $1.,350 a year. A my son Robert is the Only member of my family i shall put on Tho Public pay Roll Quot said in rum Donah a i no appointing hint for a personal a son i he. Reason being that i want him at my Side and under my direction during Tho no St few yours whether that to in a Public office or in private a a a a a Iron Han d l l i i . Jan., 20.�?French troops in the Rhineland and Ruhr today arrested numerous Herman Coal company directors and officials and expelled others. Germans in the occupied zone tonight Felt More heavily than at any other time the Iron hand of the foreign soldiers. Steps Are being taken to a mfr Enchiff a the great areas of Rich Industrial and Coal producing territory taken Over by the l renew. Internal Revenue Bureau in the treatment it takes up the matter in thu Anza and n lated ailments Unin. A i Tai. A ,10t permitted to Issue Mon than too liquor permits in three a Washington Jan., 20.�?the months at prohibition in and Zuur those arrested by the French include Fritz Thyssen son of August Thyssen one of the most powerful Industrial families in the Rhineland. The younger Thyssen is Active director of the great Chain of mines Mills and Coke oven owned by Tho family five directors of Ruhr Coal companies whose names were not made Public the director of the Branch of the Cleveland of. Jan., 20.�? Reich Bank German , ,.v persons were taken to director of Telegraph construction. In the. Rhineland German Post mount Sinai Uphill for treatment master at Essen president of the late this afternoon suffering from German Rhineland railway com serious injuries the result of a twelve use Hurt ins collision of four Street cars internal Revenue Bureau will order tora tonight it. Was said the limit 1 he liberalization of existing regu on the number of permits might a int ions limiting the number of Liq lie lifted entirely if the wave of in for prescriptions which physicians flu Enza noted by the United states 0prra 0r j May Issue if the pres it wide Public health service became un-1 spread influenza epidemic assumes manageable. Dangerous proportions it was learn prohibition officials do not coned at the Treasury department to template however that Hie night. J lations will be suspended so thai please so Long whisky Sud other liquor May be a a cognized As a vain a prescriptions. Although spirits Are Mission. Those ordered expelled included German chief of forestry in Tim Rhineland with his family. Several unnamed minor officials. Provincial president Yon Horn of Weis bad in. Are Taren away Thyssen and his fellow prisoners wore taken by motor car to May once former Headquarters of tin French army of occupation on the Rhine. The expulsion of the German for Estry officials was ordered by Tho inter Allied Rhine land commission i on motion of the French and not by the t Rench military authorities. Tho French arc settling Down for a Long stay. J hey Are preparing to open their own Hanks run the mines supervise the Mills and Eon j tool rail traffic. The first privately owned Coal mine the a Good Hope Colliery was requisitioned by the French today. Miners Are growing More restive1 and threats of a strike among the i miners in the requisitioned state a owned mines were freely circulated. Tension was increased by French firing upon germans one German being killed by a French sentry East of bochum. Continued on Page five Street car collision on Buckeye Road which occurred when the brakes on the first of four eastbound cars climbing a Hill failed to work and the car Slid Down the rails striking another which in i turn struck a third while the third struck a fourth at the Bot Tom of the Hill. Thousands of hard Coal miners bitter Over alleged failure of company to meet terms of newly made contract new York Jan. 20. A sub a j committee of the joint conference of miners and operators from Illinois. Indiana and Eastern Ohio Fields which is formulating pro j Powals for a new wage scale agreement adjourned late this afternoon until monday without reporting any Progress. John Iff. Lewis president of the United mine workers and member of the sub committee declared that he not think any program would be Laid before the conference until late monday or on tues j Day. Silas. Shafer prominent lilt regulations physicians i pols mine operator told International news service that reduction in Coal prices could Only come thru a slash in miners wages which to termed a exorbitant Quot. In said that in addition to pay slashes a diff rent working schedule giving the More control Over his men was necessary in order to a Duce the Price to the Consumers. A was it is now Tho men can work regu about As much or As Little As they As they have the purchased without Union Back of them Quot be said. Shafer scouted the idea that the government might take Over Domines. Quot that s All talk a he declared. A the government do any better Durn we Are doing under the circumstances. Indiana mining amp in ferment of wild excitement. Young girl w As attack k victim. Blacks ordered away by mob of angry Vav bite miners. Jan. 20. Ide Bis Tate five members of alleged mob stand before world. Fini death truck. Whole Barish buzzes w Ith excitement Poling exposures. Get a a a confessions letter from new Orleans claims to know of murders. Miss win if re i a Pinckney a ilk ilk. Dirt hoi of Bastrop la., Jan 20.�?the vaunted a Wall of silence behind which the a Black masks Quot of Morehouse Parish mocked at Justice was crumbling to to night Nuder smashing attack from the state of Louisiana. Retribution was Iii sight at last for own hooded mob Quot a which ravaged tile country Side terrorizing kidnapping exiling whipping and at Kubr Hist murdering As a result of Mart Ling revelations made to today s sos threaten to strike in District near Scranton leaders of Union Are having trouble in keeping their men in Check. The is. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 i 4 4 a 4 sax old Lix Imp i an sailors shot and killed two men during a quarrel Over taxes new Yorjan. 20.-�? thro ship of a sea Saga that will live Long in the memory of mariners her rigging damaged and her sides scarred by the battering of terrific Waves the italian liner. Giuseppe Verdi docked Here late today. She carried with her 33 sailors from the ill fated freighter Montello. Who wore rescued try her Crew from their doomed vessel in a. Half Gale Coo Miles off Sable Island Nova Scotia last wednesday. Re of the a it k _ signed to c Vav last contract which Sipl. Ill Ber. I Scranton a. Jan. 2&Quot. Presentati veg of approximately too Anthracite Coal miners employed by die Hudson Coal co., Between Plymouth and Carbondale the men in hand. Grievances of gathered Here late this afternoon the men have been Public for scram threatened to strike. Monday Era weeks but none have been and the workers charge the company busted to the satisfaction of the with violations of several Section employ s. Beardstown by. Jan. 20. Was o. E. Braden a Farmer tonight cling a dict and killed c. C. Garni cashier against the company is very bitter of the first state Bank and Jesse my officers of the miners Union or. An offensive land owner. Ire having difficulty in keeping Braden and farm quarried when the latter submitted a drainage Tux stat Nunt to the Farmer. Bowe in Torf erred. All the principals in tin shoot b1. \ and flt it 111 it. Bid. Every unmarried Mal left Blanford at 7 o clock tonight the rest of the Black population was disposing of its property Ami preparing to vanish by wed Day the end of Tim time la til it Jet Ivy a mass meeting that decided today this shall be Only a while Man s town. Despite these precautions civil authorities virtually powerless still Wen App rerun hive tonight lest. Rioting Bren out us a result of ran hatred bred by a negroes attack on a i i year old White child Tim daughter of a Miner. Miners from mibs aloud Blan lord participate d in an Allda search for a Doney boy Quot Albert Mayes negro youth wanted Iii connection with die assault. As night fill Mote miners came into town Nome Quot ginned up Quot and Bellicose. A wus made by the White mar lied Raymond bails an Tim ser vie was a it d by her Mottler mrs. Son of it it if open hearing. Negro had Georgia a riots Pear Only w Bullet Oman a below. It a test in of the Lim i Cleveland official wants to know a twi lit Many a estate. Court y. Delivered prominent socially and Ina German government is standing ii behind angry workmen of the Ruhr London Jan. 2o.�?in an interview defying France and briging Chancellor Wilhelm Cuno of Germany declared tonight that occur dons hut an attempt to utilize Tho German Industrial Center and separate Tho Rhineland from Germany a Chancellor Cuno was quo a a a a Ted As saying. A the mine owners famous film Star mourn pation of the Ruhr is Only an at and the workmen in the Ruhr Are tempt to separate the Rhineland j holding out against French and from Germany. Belgian militarism. The German a French invasion of the Ruhr is a government xviii support them in not an attempt to collect re Para a that de by thousands at funeral. Bos Ang Eles calif., Jan. 20-a riot was averted at the funeral o Wallace Reid film Star dope victim when mounted police were called to Block to too persons who tried to Force their Way into the Church late this afternoon. Witalij the casket buried in Floral offer a a of every variety funeral ser a rho i ported captured tonight by a scr vices were held in the first outline desert several Gregat Lonal Church at 3 30 of clock three innocent bystanders slain by wild Man on a train in Southwest demand population that a Thomy boy Quot a into die hands of a committee for punishment. The negroes prot it Sling deft i a it non Nej his whereabouts formed an other commit tee which joined in Tho search for tin fugitive. Blanford is just across the int i Jna Illinois stat line in Tho Center Jot a Cluster of mining a imps. It j has been Tho Keene of frequent Law leanness and earned for itself til sobriquet a the worst town in the country a from Federal judge a. Of. Anderson who was amazed a cantly at the Quot whole to a of. Dress with which prohibition Laws has e been ignored. Doo Gode making Hai f dead come to life by miracles Diex Iff Ani k i in 2&Quot i audit r John Angel i Day ask cd prosecuting Stanton to Prole the reasons by j which Art state Lull by Edward it. Brandon who Dud a lift or More than a year ago had dwindled from 16,648.1 9 to $2m�.o3. At la same Din Quot in or a need a Hill against tin estate for unpaid personal taxes and penalties covering of i. N y. Or , totalling is i j. The Quot Black masks bad been Torii from die faces of five alleged members of the Quot murder mob through identification from the witness stand. The Quot murder track used by Tho mob to carry their kidnapped victims on Angust 4 to the whipping grounds and later that night As a Quot Hearse Quot to Bury die hideously mutilated forms of Watt Daniel and Thomas i Richards was also identified by a witness under amp ath. Hie name of Captain j. K. Skip Vav lib exalted Cyclops of the kit in Lux in bin was dragged is lil into depredations of the a Black masks Quot. One a a 11 Ness charged hint Vav la ii parti pal Ion in the kidnapping raid of the masked ganders while another declared lie waited at an i a Quot a it advantageous Point on August 21 to attorn meet ids alleged cohorts with their captives. A dozen other members of a previous a a mob have also been named. So i t Nim it arrest the Hunt fic tons of a murder Moi a members were t. Jeff Burnett former Deputy sheriff now under arrest on a murder charge twice. Newt Grey Church Deacon and wealthy Farmer twice. Liiv r Skipwith son of Tho exalted Cyclops a was a guard on the Mur j an examination of the records Xvi aloud that a 14700 cask t Hadder truck to Ltd to us i to in is Brandon s a it Smith he Vennon former night i Maine. Watchman of Bastrop As a Driver i Adon Iii i without heir. And of the Quot murder truck was declared till Ltd Bool Dost net. Limb r Ohio of have carried the number a Louin to to. I.-, Iii it Luary Legatee. Ana. 4�f>7�?�, which state authorial s announced was owned by Smith Stevenson previously Ridenti fled us its Driver. Sensations Spring tin Day s developments were sen National and tonight Tho Parish is buzzing with unconcealed excitement rumours of an approaching storm were heard and men gathered on Street Corners talk in Whis he danger of in outbreak from grip attack 50. To Pren Dent eleven were executed to dry in three different towns. Hungry Diblin Jan. 20.�?threatened with destruction by its foes the Irish free state today began n Campaign of extermination executing la Republican irregulars for rebellious activities and train wrecking i Iii Throe different towns. Tills brings the total of irregulars put to death by the free state since i the Middle of november up to thirty four the violence of the irregulars has become so great and their Law less guerrilla campaigns so reckless in disregard of civilian life that they will get Little or co Quarter in the future. It is War to the de Atli today a executions came As Tim Climax of one of the most dior a Dorly weeks Ireland has known in her recent turbulent history. Never at one time since Tho free state was established were so Many Mill i Ary prisoners put to death at on time. It is believed that Many of i that attempts to wreck trains in Tim j past week were made in the belief that the trains carried officials to Ever Servic s. Re Many Cleveland of. Jan. 20.�?a Man paralysed and unable to walk for nearly five years broke the spell which Bourn Bim to his wheel chair and walked several times up and Down the room at the clinic of m. Emilio Coue the Little French pharmacist this afternoon. The a a Miracle As it was acclaimed by those who witnessed it. Distantly killed three passengers on Orsu in that they Vivero paying no j at the Church from to a. In. To Lowed a United chant in tin or Gln a Southern Pacific train near Eon attention to the Slayer when he 2 30 p. Rn., it was estimated 10,000 a1 French of the a Day by Day Ark East of Here and escaped by produced a revolver and began persons from every walk of life formula which has gone echoing Washington. Jan Clement weather forced Harding to forego his Soh it a Tom obit ride today but while no not the product of Fertile it .-is Eon lire i to the White imagination. It has already led to lion.1 Iii in i burial physician Gen i d fight Between warm Era Sawyer declared he bad com doled in a Quot was Deming n. M., Jan. 20. Mailman who slew three men on Naff a a posse West bound Southern Pacific passer Miles from the scene of the slaying this afternoon Ger train this afternoon was Over he slew the three men in a sudden the Church h was fill i taken in the desert 40 mile Oast of outburst of fury on a westbound flowing Long before the Here tonight by a posse anti shot to Southern Pacific passenger train among the mourners w death. This afternoon and leaped from j a a stars motion picture executives the Rushing train near Lanark and camera men directors and Quot it x Deming n. A. Jan., 20.�?the lost himself in the Sands of the de trash who paid Humble homage Man who Early today shot and in set. All were a innocent by stand a while the Star s body Lay in state plot Ely a of a grip suffering a Rover Quot from die attack from w lib lab it has been the least. Few Days. Foor Ric timers will attend meet m by leaping from the train was re firing at whatever struck his fancy passed the body. Around the world. Farmer s Dollar is buyin6 ten per cent More the year experts two Hurt when dynamite let go Idi la it i Iff Ltd in find get of the free state or High officer a of the Quot fre stat Quot army. Pratti a r fully on business conditions. Revery railway in the free stat a report issued by these economists badly crippled. By Day Ani by a a numb my a the year. 1922. Opened with night in All sections of the country1 this London horse demands a the Ohio Farmers Dollar at 74 the sky has been lighted up by the Little service. When the time for percent of its pre War Normal Pur flames of incendiary fires set by or Oats arrives lie summons Tho i chasing Power regular guerrilla. A i Groom by ringing the Bell. A eth Coia a bits. Jan 20.�?annotine-1chasing Power of about is per ing that the Ohio runners Dollar cent. While prices of Tho things gained ten per cent in purchasing he must buy also have shown a Power during the past year Rural rising tendency Price advances on economists of Ohio state univer the products he this have been sity today declared that it a seems More rapid. The necessary adjustment in Price a the turn for the better came in Levels Long looked for is coining August. Since then Alt the grains j have shown moderate increases a eth increased purchasing pow and die Prier or of the fur in or should react help products have ids of. Slight de co to in. By. Jan. Men were injured on a id fifteen other persons were Ryfiak a when the Meadows House occupied principally by employees of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad was dynamited late today. Congress Breaks a record for Speed at the annual meeting of the Moler Auto Hales co. Held january is the Quot following officers were elect cd for the ensuing year. A e. Mohr president j. K. Bailey vice-20.�?�?two president if e. Moler Secretary seriously a l. I. Smith treasurer ii. Xiv. Boyer general manager. I i re Arm s. A la to nil i die to auth i att fran it. .1 la xxx Avo e. G a nor a leu tur l. Sha Nourse Walton. At. Washington. Jan. Of eggs and Dairy Gressional record of 20 years stand in the considerably Advance Ink. Was broken tonight when the House completed work on the leg. Carry tiie last Washington \ con France pursuing friends which ended in the slaying of John in. Parker. Jr., wealthy planter of Monroe by Carey Calhoun a. Witness at the hearing and brother of two men closely identified with the investigation. I in reported a confession Quot letter mailed from new Orleans and Rev a d today by International news service caused considerable comment. On Street Corners. Rumours a current that the a Black Alrand by its publication. Have started a quiet Hunt for its author. The writer declared Daniel and Richards were a a fed to death through a machine Quot on the order of a paper press a with heavy rollers which crushed out the lives of the two victims. The writer denied that a a wire device was used a that crime was committed by rav machinery something on the order of a press with rollers that were tightly clamped Quot he wrote. A i saw the dreadful thing several times in and those poor boys Yvere fed starting by their feet in this machine. Now believe me or not. But i guarantee you that the men who committed that crime Are still there. Homo of them Are at our court every Day trying to hear what they can and some Are lying to beat Tho letter was turned Over to state authorities who declared it with again engulf Europe in bloodshed j investigated. Don Tho states Legal forces mean u a a scheduled is attending a Ting of the a ration at off announce tolf break in Europe considered sure by officialdom in Washington after developments of the past few hours teases in prices paid for bogs and potatoes have not a lathe appropriation by s rat a to count balance a g a total of ji�.603,boo Jan. 20 it rigorous policy of whether it wll to in a die Ami tension a 1,at in 1 Peac Abi a adjust while launched a state wide search i it the Quot i Paratinos cont Over for Jharold l. Teege rut rom missing Rhineland a. No it of the reparations Conn Over for Harold i Lump -11. \ ii. R my by i it by t question that officials j government witness. A dozen Meni Quot mgt a a i ii of a Ltd a quarters it it. Y of answering. But the hers of his family were subpoenaed in Washington tonight that a opinion a general among off in for appearance monday at Tho open tonight that rising tendency and average Price of the eleven big Supply Bills of Quot Bronk will be forthcoming whom ii in who a. Los it following de hearing to Tel what they know of of the to leading farm products the fiscal year 1923-24. The Quot bib in a its. Quot seep cents Broad that the the youths disappearance. Some now stands i 4 per cent above the will be finally passed Early next whether this a a break will be to present tension is too great to be j of the state authorities fear he has same Dollar now Bas a Pur i August lev a week. Ward open hostilities that will i Long continued. Been Murde cd

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